Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

wonderland

By Brooklyn Langlois, year 6, Amherst School

It started as another normal day and there was a person called Tommy. He was a very cool and smart boy. Tommy lived with his mum and dad. One day he goes out to find some flowers for his mum but out of the rose bushes was a Rabbit but not a original one, a magic one. It looked like it was telling him to follow him so he did. The mysterious Rabbit took him to a abandoned bridge called wobbly wabe. It was damp and mossy and it looked like it was going to collapse in any second. They steadily put one foot on it. Planks were falling off, the ropes were hanging off but suddenly CRASH!!!

OWWWWW That hurt. But they carried on travelling after that terrible accident before. After a while the bunny Rabbit sprinted of somewhere “Wait,come back” but Tommy couldn't catch up with him. Soon he set of to a place, tulgey woods. It was all mouldy and smelly and dirty. On his way in the woods there looked like there were eyes looking at him while taking a stare at the woods around him. They were stinky and horrible.

Confusingly,the Rabbit came back to see him but he was on his way to dusty divort. He loved it there.It was so fun, there was everything you could imagine. But Rabbit got his friends to take Tommy back home because he had been with them for too long now. They were on their way back now but Tommy had to say one more thing he said “Bye” they all said back “BYE to you too.” When they all got home it was night time but to Tommy it was bedtime so they all went to bed and Tommy thought about going tomorrow hopefully because they said no.

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